New issues: Choral music

Here you will find our new releases of choral music. Browse through our wide range of choral scores!

Johann Sebastian Bach: Be silent, not a word

In 1729 Bach took over the running of the “Collegium musicum” in Leipzig, founded by Telemann, and continued the tradition of giving concerts at least once a week with this ensemble in...

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Anton Bruckner: Mass in E minor

In 1866 Anton Bruckner composed his solemn Mass in E minor , which he revised extensively in 1876–1882. Composed for a performance in the open air, the work stands out among Bruckner’s Masses...

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Bobbi Fischer: Magnificat

The Magnificat was commissioned in 2017 by the Landesakademie für die musizierende Jugend in Baden-Württemberg for the Choir of the International Choir Festival C.H.O.I.R. In this setting of...

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Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Te Deum

In 1953, with timpani and trumpets à la Marseillaise , a French piece of music once again captured public attention (“Eurovision Hymn”) and a composer was rediscovered: the first recording of...

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Marco Enrico Bossi: Missa pro defunctis

Marco Enrico Bossi is the best-known Italian composer of organ music and virtuoso from the turn of the 19th to 20th century. He also composed secular and sacred choral music, ranging from...

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Georg Friedrich Händel: Utrecht Te Deum

Handel’s Utrecht Te Deum HWV 278 enthralled London audiences right from its first performance, and it continues to do so today in concert halls and churches all over the world. It was performed...

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Eight responsories for Trinity Sunday

Antonio Juanas (ca. 1762/63 - 1816)  worked as "maestro de capilla" at the Cathedral in Mexico City. At the turn of the 18th to 19th centuries his music combined a pronounced Baroque character in...

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